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Officials dig in at the site of a hangar Support Complex to be built near the Shuttle Landing Facility.

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Federal, state, NASA, KSC and Space Florida Authority (SFA) officials dig in at the planned site of a multi-purpose hangar, phase one of the Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) Support Complex to be built near the Shuttle Landing Facility. From left, they are a representative from Rush Construction; Ed O'Connor, executive director of the Spaceport Florida Authority (SFA); Stephen T. Black, Lockheed Martin technical operations program manager; Warren Wiley, deputy director of engineering development; Tom Best, district director, representing U.S. Congressman Dave Weldon; Roy Bridges, director, Kennedy Space Center; Bill Posey, 32nd district representative; Randy Ball, state representative; Charlie Bronson, state senator; Donald McMonagle, manager of launch integration; and John London, Marshall Space Flight Center X-34 program manager. The new complex is jointly funded by SFA, NASA's Space Shuttle Program and Kennedy Space Center. It is intended to support the Space Shuttle and other RLV and X-vehicle systems. Completion is expected by the year 2000

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  • Title: Officials dig in at the site of a hangar Support Complex to be built near the Shuttle Landing Facility.
  • Location: Kennedy Space Center, FL
  • Owner: KSC
  • Album: cbabir
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